A new study uses direct numerical simulations to develop a near-surface turbulence model for thermal convection using interpretable and physics-aware neural networks, broadening the applications of numerical simulations.
The Earth System Model Aerosol–Cloud Diagnostics package version 2 uses aircraft, ship, ground, and satellite measurements to evaluate detailed physical processes in aerosols, clouds, and aerosol–cloud interactions.
Using regional meteorological data from an atmosphere reanalysis product, scientists identified 12 unique winter weather systems in the Puget Sound area, featuring differing precipitation and temperature responses to climate variabilities.
The nation is closer to its offshore wind energy goals than ever before, but better wind forecasting is still needed. To address this challenge, PNNL and collaborators are charting a new course with help from novel technology.
A special issue of the International Journal of Nuclear Security, in collaboration with the National Nuclear Security Administration Nuclear Security Women Initiative, focuses exclusively on gender in international nuclear security.